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THE U. OF M. DAILY. O T D

THE CHEQUAMSEGON ORCHESTRA.
L E W H. CLEMENT,
51 SO. MA IN Sr. Director and Manager.
EXCELSIOR LAUNDRY
20 EAST HURON as EET.
Good Work Guaranteed. Goods called for
and delivered. A. F. COVERT, Prop.
JAMES W. GOODIEW, Florist. Grower of
Rose, Carnationsaned Flowers of all vari-
rI ty. Floral design made noon short notion.
No. 2 Okaservatovy street, opps.scboetery gate.
22 VYearn iii the HunIaes.'"
CITY LAUNDRY,
M. M. Seabolt. No. 4 N. Fourth Ave.
KEEP YOUR ACCOUNT WITH THE
+$TATC $AVIflG$ AI2K+
('or. Main and Washington Strerts.
A. L. NOBLEa, Prea. OanrrPHIIA.IPSo, Cash'r.
MRS.WN NIEO. WA UNDINFOSTERL
46 S STAT S teEE StrEet.KRS
AOWAR'-ED a THE AT THoE t
doNINGand DEnLA RT
46 SS 1p..tateStret.ssoos
class.
SATT-R11IY tIllit. II. Gentle'men'nsloanitag
4u. m. tLadie' dalliv iag.s.
2 301t). m. Children's sdacing Class.
P'ivale5s'oas Ity appoint moat.

CHRISTY AT ENGLISH -HAT
0. A. TINKER'S,~~
No. 9 South Main street, (Storer eetly occ'upied by Two Sams.
THE FISK TEACHERS' AGENCIES.
C1'I1( AO, 106 WabashnAve., 1B. F. CLARK.
OVrgtil, on 1:2103. 4,840 Ptositionts Fillttd. 905 Positios Fillerd int: 9
I SEND FOR OUR AGENCY MANUAL.
11( F.NCII S: Boto i'lticrgo, Ph nsVRT , Fort&hC., flrorl,
~RC e ForkLots AnelestTorrtoto. '

NMorganj~
& Gibson,
Official Photographers
tiF TO-WIT:
STUDENTS' zWORK A SI'i,.-
C'IALTY.

U. OF M. CALENDAR.
ISttt., \lur.1ll.-Puspils' tRtcital, Frirezer'Mt'mot-
ril tall,;2 P. as.
Sat... Mttt. 1-Art Hecital, utder taulites ot
Orvatoriscal asoiattistt, Fniece:Mcemorial btall
Sat., Matr. 10.--Sophotmtore' sotial at Nessbrrry
S tttl., flatr. t1--Ptrtrf. WI. S. Perr', o"''Ttait-
insg,"Il9:13a. a., inNe'wbetrrylbrll.
Mttn,~iMarch t2.-t'rity 'Cltb. Elsie'.Otoae
C'roley's lecturrs. Stultet:lr"Six rloths'
j[e'asel its Italy."
"Mact'beths,ttr thte Natttr'al Histttr'yrtfio Sin."
befrsteInladLeaguttt.
Sat. etc.. Mar. 1i.-(fleeoatrtBanjot.'lttls'ltvtt-
'it fr thet toAthtletic associaltisot.

Yale-Harvard Easeball Gamesg
A meeting of represtntatives from
the Yale aod Harvard bateball asso-
ciatioos was held at the Maosasoit
House, Springfield, on MAonday, to
arrange a series of games for the
season. Three games were slecided
upon, the first of which will be
played in Camhridge, on June 2n,1
and the second in Newv Haven, on
June a26. In case of a tie, the do.
ciding ganlie will be played in New
fork, on June 3.-Vait News.

Xotttiiutttlfromtttrrt pa e.) Prtinceton Baseball Candidates.
Iman is alloswed to cast a ballot un~til -
he can reatd anti write thse Englishs Capt. iMsackenzie yesterday re-
tongue. duccd tile numlsber of caodilates so
The silver qulestion was taken up~ the following twenty nmen:
atid disposed of in a way that shows Ding, htrooks, Tirenchard, iPayne,
Mr. Ingalls to be a firt bi-nmetllist. Ijorsytil, booster, Otto, Lindlsay,
Ilit statesi further, that lie had spent IHitzrot, Smlall, 'tWilianss, Stith,
a psortion of list tinse whsicis the Gll5 \Vard, Jaynse, Creigli, IWilson, AtV.
takelt judgmetnt of his constitulency ID. W'tard, Altnman, Vorhis, Biradle'.
hati given himl in reflecting toil medi- ITROLGAE
itating ots the"lpropositions that tlist
rids are gettinlg richler and tile poor 'here21re t 38 menlttiryitigfor lilt
psoorer, titrougis iegisiation. Galt C of IP. track teaml.
the cau~se is 1101 11 government iiut 'Tihtre are 287 gradulate studietts
115 thitaibility of ind~ividulas. at Chlicago ulniversity.
W~e have beth like chldreni blow- 'Tisere are 240o mtiryiig Ilor tise
ing bulbblts lS il tel su, shichrigrow iHarvardi-Mott Haventaml.
larger andi larger asd in lally iturst. lPrint'eton is endeavoring to Itr
Let every one remtemsber tihat tile ransge a debate sitih 1Harvardi.
streets of Jerulsalemt were keist ctlsn T'erenc'e's °'Pllorlllo'' wiii beiiro-
by every m~an swetelping before hlis ducedl at Harvard 00 April ifi.
owls dotor. Let 110 have a govern. Princetots's football report for tilt
meteu of laws and [sot of indtividuls, Isast season shsowvs a surls of $7,-
andtI e littnily of our governmntoo00 turned over to lteCraduate
anti our individiual psrosperity swill 'Treasurer and $2,900 to the Uoi.
be preservesi. versity Treasurer.
- ___-0lads nsember of the Ptrinceton
UNIVERSITY NOTES. football leans ias been presensted
with a silver ctup, and each substi-
Sophonbore sotcial at Newbherry totle with a silver match-box by tile
hail tonight. New York alumni.

Htstory Classes.
H-istory z. Atserican Colonial
History. 'Tesectionas will meet
next week at lilt regular hone.
1-I. V. ANiFs.
To-Wit: Contributors Attention.
All contributions for to-Wit:.
nmust be hlandetd in dluring thse pre-
sent week as list copy is to he
tttrnedi over to te printer in a few
days.
Edtior in Cief.
Press Banquet Committees.
list comm~ittees from thte various
U~niversity editorial boards will
mleet Satulrday afternoon at5 o'clock
its Rootit 25. Commuittes xwiiibe
annolutcetiandt toastmaster will be
electted. E. J. hut t, ss sv,
12 -.1.Chairmsans.
Attenton.
WV. It. Cl'eaIrwater,lte isarupioti
psotol player of the worltd will give ans
exhibition altlt billiard hll, No. 3
N. Hlain sltet, playing 1"oser
[Haighst, rchamlpion Iof Ohio, 250
bails to 12.5, lhi9 evening 01 8:30.
Admtissiotn 25 'ets~.
ROSINEMS LOCALE.
tFt' reductedi rile tickets to Cits,
NIest Vii. <i1lid OliiV'a. ptints apptly to
It. S. Glree'nsw'ods, '1ic'ke'tAgt.. "Toledo
AtrLti Arbor & Forth Mitit.
Sentittrs itt all depairtmetlire 11entlii-
tied ti sell itt rtetstilt phosltgrapic
wiork at litiiali's.
Matckintosissat ibottomu Irices. 'The
.. Jiacotbs Cot.
For line so~aps,fsttrussiesandsti e-
gars, go ti tire it.a& M. Drutgstore.
'ontorrow is the Sipring Opening
lay of tise Out~fitters.
'T'onmorrow is the Oprening D~ay for
lt Youmnan Hat ntl liltOutfitters.
Tue Ortfitters will give awvay bou-
qutets tontorrow.

IWWGHTIGAN GENTIAL
alro e'Pale Rroevrirsled) o'tt,1893.
P. N. AirrstT. 1N I w ts1 '
AtlanticsxlS. II '17 ttalOE.' rtsrt.rI 8,50i
GO It. Ex ,..... 1 r .ft
P. tssttstanl'. 15lr
" bai anrrxp...r 4o1lG.R&RKal. Sp'1. irs8
N. Y ,t&B.' tsSrrI.5108t"Il. N. xpsp... 8I.
N S. Loiitd . 1.103lutific' hoptess..IS I1
0. WA. Rt'cc~rr s IH. 0W. HAvrS,
I. 10.F&'T'. Act.. Chricagrr. Agt., Antn Arbrrr.
ILWAY ,
Tie Tcble taklintg efeSu esoory, Errs. ' 5,1.
Tranrs leavnst'ArboAerrby Ce'ntre]
Sitatdar'd Title.
:1 a. M. *7:15a. tnr.
0:15 p. at, 0:00 p. ttt.
*Trainesvats between Ann Arbran Ttto'ledor
only.
Ail tvainla,.rrilyoesceptSntday.
R.5. GREENWOOD, Agetnt, Annr Arbron.
W. H.IBENETTG. F.A. Toledo.
ANN ARBOR
TBFIA LAUNDR~Y CO.
23 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
E. S. SERTiss, - "Manager.
18 E. Weeltin E n treeL.

Thse Detntal journal wtll be out
early next week.
'The Castalian sits for a picture at
Randall's this afternoon at a o'clock.
Ceo. Harris, ex-editor of the In-
lander, left last night for his isome
in Buffalo.
Mrs. Campbell, a5 Packard St.,
will entertain a number of college
girls this evening.
The sale of tickets for the Art
Recital would indicate tisat a large
number will attend.

MILLER
QU xrY ABSOLUTELY GOODSPEED581
(JosE, 151"-1'S. AIN 81'.

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